IRS and State Audit Representation
Get The Right Person to Represent You
There are a few reasons why the IRS or the State may choose to audit you. These reasons include committing errors on your returns, failing to report income, claiming too many charitable donations, reporting too many losses on a Schedule C, deducting too many business expenses, etc. A lot of times criminal tax investigations are disguised as civil audits.
Hiring a professional for your audit can significantly increase your chances of getting a better outcome. Our team of professionals will assess your situation to identify the best course of action and conclusion. The IRS prefers to work with tax professionals because we have extensive knowledge of the tax code, and it helps move the process forward efficiently.
Some General Info :
The IRS selects taxpayers based on random selection, computer screening, or based on issues involved in the filed returns.
There are 3 methods the IRS conducts audits.
1. By mail (correspondence audits);
2. In person at IRS offices (office audits);
3. In person at the taxpayer’s home or business (field audit).
IRS audits taxpayers with incomes below $25,000 and those with incomes of $500,000 or more at higher-than-average audit rates. In general, audit rates for all income levels have decreased since 2010.
The IRS is significantly short-staffed. In general, the processing time is faster for incomes below $25,000 as the audit process is less complicated.